Charles Bonnet tried to steal my wife: 


Swiss Naturalist Charles Bonnet first wrote about the syndrome in 1760.

Charles Bonnet Syndrome is vivid, complex recurrent visual hallucinations. A characteristic of these hallucinations is that they are 'lilliputian'. Images are also of complex coloured patterns and images of people are most common, followed by animals, plants, trees and inanimate objects. The hallucinations often fit into the persons surroundings. The work is made around my wife who had a bleed in her occipital lobe and documents how the syndrome affects her day to day living.

The work is a work in progress.